When building your server backup environment, consider multiple remote locations if your network architecture and...
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bandwidth permit. By placing backup servers in multiple locations and routing backups for servers that do not reside physically at that location, you've achieved off-site storage with little-to-no additional cost and no manual intervention. (This method assumes you don't have the luxury of a SAN or serverless backup environment.)
About the author: Dennis Dwyer works for Tampa Electric Company.
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